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User submitted drivers and utilities for Blackweb products. All tested by the community unless otherwise stated by the download link! Feel free to post in the comments if you need help and to provide feedback. Also, as new products are released, we need the drivers submitted, so please check out the submission details at the bottom of the page. Download links below.
- Blackweb Rgb Mouse Dpi
- Blackweb Rgb Gaming Mouse Dpi Settings Setup
- Blackweb Rgb Gaming Mouse Dpi Settings Manual
- Blackweb Rgb Gaming Mouse
- Blackweb Rgb Gaming Mouse Dpi Settings Windows 7
**Version 3.1 of the Blackweb gaming driver is available by clicking here.**) I have confirmed it's compatible with the my BWA17 (AYC) but it'll likely work with others too (BWA18 series, keyboards, etc). Feel free to try it and confirm if it works with your device too and I will include it under additional listings :)
Keep in mind if no supported device is connected, it appears the driver will be running in task manager but no window will appear, not even an error message. If this happens to you, try another driver listed, otherwise I likely don't have one that will work for you, or the device you have doesn't need a driver (you only need it to configure RGB/DPI, etc).
Blackweb Gaming Mouse Driver 5 button + DPI button RGB Mouse Driver (AYA Mouse)/ Blackweb Gaming Wired Mouse
Walmart Item #30233821 Group # 6000196273995 MCN 1968416 SKU 6000196273996 UPC 81649601224Download for Windows
Download for Mac/Linux
Dependencies: python2.4 python-qt4 pyusb. Must run file
Mirror of github repo. Fetched via github Dec 2017.
Blackweb BWA17 (AYC) Gaming Mouse Driver
Download for Windows v3.1 (SW v184.108.40.206)
Thanks to commenter Krazy KanuckDownload for Windows v2.1
Submitted by Chris Vetti
Download for Windows v1.1 (Try if 2.1 doesn't work I dunno)Fetched via r/drivers here.
Blackweb Programmable Gaming Keyboard RGB
Download for Windows v2.1Download for Windows (if v2.1 doesn't work)
Fetched via r/keyboards here. Model BWA17HO004
Blackweb BWA18 Gaming mouse DriverDownload for Windows v2.1Model BWA18HO003
Mouse DPI has become a bit of a marketing fad, with gaming mice boasting insanely high DPI’s of 1600+. While DPI is important it does not necessarily make for a better mouse better than one with a lower DPI, and the chances are you’ll lower the DPI level any way. Want to get one of these?RGB Programmable Gaming Mouse 6400 DPI (7 PROGRAMMABLE buttons) a WALMART product XD Thanks fo.
Blackweb Gaming Starter Kit
Download for Windows v3.1 (SW220.127.116.11)Thanks to comment by Krazy Kanuck
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Driver Support Thread via this blog post
If you’re only getting into PC gaming or playing competitively, you may have some misconceptions about how to get the most from your Razer DeathAdder Elite, HyperX Pulsefire, or other gaming mouse. That input device, which is famous for its accuracy and speed, can lose a lot of those benefits (and a lot of rounds of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds) if you don’t have it set up correctly. Chances are, you have your mouse’s sensitivity or DPI (dots per inch) set way too high. This creates situations where you have to make nearly microscopic movements with your hand to make precision shots. It’s time to fix that. Office 2016 for mac enter product key.
Here is the HyperX Fury S Pro mouse pad:
Above: That’s a big boy.
Blackweb Rgb Mouse Dpi
That mouse pad is large enough to hide a Buick. It is absurdly large … or, at least, it seems absurd if you have your mouse DPI set over 1,000. Pro gamers and people who play at a competitive level use overly large mouse pads because they control their aim with their arms. By doing that, pro players can make hyper precise headshots without having to worry about micron-level mouse movement.
Sure, that HyperX mouse pad is still a bit much, but a lot of pros use mouse pads that are at least half that size. It’s the only way to compete.
Fix that DPI, kid!
Most pro players use a DPI setting in the range of 400-to-800. Let’s explain that.
DPI is the number of dots per second that your mouse registers when you move it. Based on that understanding, it is fair to assume that a higher DPI means you are getting more accurate tracking. But that’s not how it works. Your mouse is always tracking its position about 500-to-1,000 times per second, depending on the make and model. But the DPI enables you to turn down how many of those tracked positions factor into your control of the mouse. It still has all of that data at a lower DPI, so you’re not going to lose the accuracy of where you are moving your hand. Instead, DPI breaks down to a simple equation: how many centimeters do you need to move your mouse before your in-game character does a complete 360.
Blackweb Rgb Gaming Mouse Dpi Settings Setup
YouTube creator WackyJacky101 posted a video with his mouse set to do a 360 every 80 centimeters and how that gives him the edge in a game like Battlegrounds.
Blackweb Rgb Gaming Mouse Dpi Settings Manual
At 80 centimeters, WackyJacky has to move his mouse more than 2.6 feet before his character will spin in place. In his video, he keeps a camera focused on his mouse while he plays Battlegrounds, and you can see how he is able to target enemies at range without using magnifying scopes because precise movement is so much easier when it requires bigger mouse movements.
Here are WackyJacky’s settings:
- DPI: 800
- Windows sensitivity: Default (6/11)
- PUBG general sensitivity: 27
- Targeting sensitivity: 27
- Scoping sensitivity: 30
And while I’m not quite as accurate as WackyJacky is in his video, I have my mouse set up to do about 60-to-70 centimeters per 360-degree turn. Here’s what I have my mouse set to:
Blackweb Rgb Gaming Mouse
- DPI: 600
- Windows sensitivity: Default (6/11)
- PUBG general sensitivity: 55
- Targeting sensitivity: 45
- Scoping sensitivity: 48
If you want to start dropping that DPI and experimenting for yourself, you can try using the settings you see above. But keep in mind that dialing in what works for you will take time. If you have a gaming mouse, I suggest using any software that comes with it to enable you to change DPI with the press of a button. This will give you the chance to experiment with different sensitivity levels.
Here are some other tips:
- If your mouse enables you to change your DPI (you might need to install software from the manufacturer), adjust that first. You’ll find that in Razer Synapse, Logitech’s G software, and similar apps.
- Start with a DPI of 800, and move this setting down and then back up between 400 and 800 before messing around with any other settings.
- Once you get that locked in, try adjusting the sensitivity settings in your game of choice in the control options.
- You probably should never adjust the Windows mouse settings. That can cause way too many headaches, and it is usually unnecessary.
- Try to think about using your arm instead of just your wrist.
- And move your keyboard as far to the side as you can so that your arms can spread out in a wide stance.
This isn’t an instant fix, and you’ll see the biggest benefit in situations where you have some distance between you and your target. But I suspect that if you are dropping from a DPI of 1,800, 2,200, or (I hope not) over 3,000, you’ll find yourself performing better after a handful of matches.